Hair Color Goals.
I WANT GO LIGHTER with my hair
This doesn’t automatically mean blonde, But You can still be a lighter with various shades of lighter tones.
Adding a little sun kiss color around the face line is a great start and not overly done.Keep in mind when we lighten hair color it goes through a process of chemical change and it’s best to keep tones that enhance your skin tone.
If your hair is currently color-treated, we can Add Highlights to lighten your overall look Enhance your Color by changing it two to for shades lighter. Adding back ground color or low-lighting and Hair Gloss to give you healthy shiny hair. Its always great to have a hair color goal and style.
As a stylist, I believe starting with color closer to your natural level, and then increasing the intensity gradually, creates the sun-kissed effect that is both subtly dramatic and luxurious. The Ombre trend was huge and exciting. Yet once the novelty wore off, the boldness of the style was left seeming more cheap than creative. Sombre and Balayage retain the artistic quality of Ombre color, while advancing the technique to more masterful levels.
I WANT TO ENHANCE MY COLOR ?
If you want to enhance your color?
A great way is to add Gloss hair color this type of color will make the hair look radiant and shiny.
Choose this option to find the best way to add warm or cool tones or enhance your color by warm tones or golden color the best way is to make an appointment let Martin help you decide what color will for you!
COVERING GRAY HAIR TO A NATURAL COLOR TONE
Adding a natural tone to gray hair is a great start , Multiple shades of natural tones will look more natural.
Demi hair color is a great way to start it grown out nicely without any harsh lines and keeps the integrity of the hair due to the low ph in hair color.
If you would like to cover the gray hair completely permanent hair color is the way to go!
I recommend balayage hair painting with multiple tones.
The ORGANIC WAY
Many companies have adapted to consumers’ demands for natural and organic products. You no longer have to go to the health food store or the farmer’s market to buy produce grown without pesticides. Americans have voted with their pocketbooks and the message is clear: We want natural products. Several years ago the FDA implemented regulations for the labeling of food products as “organic” or “containing organic ingredients.” Consumers breathed a sigh of relief; feeling assured that those expensive apples they were buying were actually worth more because they were cleaner than the conventional kind. But what does this all mean for the beauty industry?
The FDA does regulate the cosmetic industry in the United States. However, just because it stands as the policing agency for both beauty and food products does not mean that it regulates them both the same way. Cosmetics, which are defined as “substances used to enhance the appearance or odor of the human body,” are not regulated before they hit the shelves. In other words a company may put out any product, with any ingredients, and only be evaluated for dangerous side effects after enough consumers have been harmed to cause a red flag. The keratin blowout products are a perfect example of the inadequacy of this system. How many consumers knew that this wonderful product contains formaldehyde? It wasn’t until complaints of nosebleeds and asthma attacks were plaguing consumers and hairdressers that questions were raised about the safety of this product. Consumers trust the FDA to regulate the safety of the products they use. It is this trust from the consumers that allows cosmetic companies to misguide the consumer by using false or misleading labels.
Just like the cosmetic ingredients are not regulated the same as food products, neither are the labeling of cosmetics regulated like food labels. Never has there been so many products labeled as “organic” or “natural.” Everybody is going “green” in an effort to reduce waste, reduce toxins and live healthier lives. Unfortunately, most of these labels mean nothing when they are pasted on the side of a bottle of shampoo or lip-gloss. The FDA does NOT regulate the use of these terms on cosmetic products! That means that the “natural” conditioner you are using may not be any more natural than the one without the word “natural” on the label. And the word “organic” describes nothing more than a company’s desire to sell their product to those consumers who try to be conscientious about the products they use. The only exception to this rule is those products labeled “USDA Organic.” This term means that said product has been evaluated and passed the standards required by USDA and FDA agencies. For all other products it pays to look at the ingredients on the back of the label instead of being swayed by empty promises on the front.
Most people want a balance in their lives that allows them to live as green as possible while still being clean, beautiful and happy. We don’t all want to look and smell like we just spent a year following the Grateful Dead around the country. We may use a little bit of toxic cleaners in our home because we are more comfortable when our whites are REALLY WHITE! And we may have decided that our hair color looks better when we use the conventional color rather than the more “natural” kind. The important thing is to make decisions based on the facts. Read the back of the label. Know the ingredients and their effects, and buy accordingly.
We will discuss your color choices before we begin with the new you in hair color.
Martin Rodriguez at
Ooh la la salon spa
18120 BrookHurst street unit 59
Fountain Valley ca 92708
Or you may text me at 714 366-6964
The perfect blowout hairstyle WITH KINACTIF NUTRI HAIR CARE PRODUCT
By Kin North America
Clients should understand the basics of a ‘blowout’.
Women across the nation have sought the perfect hairstyle. That elusive blend of volume softness, smoothness and style has created frustration in many women who seek the perfect hair their personalities and creativity through their locks. Hairstyles often represent the cultural, social and ethnic identity for many individuals and can also represent a certain social status. While hair density, texture and length are all factors in a person’s hairstyle, fashion and trends play the biggest role in women's hairstyles and hair coloring.
Now The perfect blowout is not just drying the hair!Actuality the blowout is a styling technique that takes practice anyone can achieve a great Blow out with some schooling and practice lets get started.
When done properly you can create soft gentle curves in the hair. A proper blowout can add fullness and volume to the hair, can straighten curls, and can add shine. Here are a few simple tools you need, and then take you through the blowout process.
What you need:
1 Shampooed Cleaned hair
2 conditioned hair
3 A Blow Dryer
(Depending on the type of hair you have)
Curly hair I recommend using No frizz creams and spray gloss for soft touchable hair
For straight hair try texture sprays or beach spray for volume
5 Clips for Controlling the Hair
6 A rat-tail Comb
7 A paddle Brush
8 A Round Brushes
We want to start with the hair having fresh shampooed hair and conditioned. This ensures a great starting point for our styling. Residual build-up of some hair styling products can leave the hair stiff and dull it can change the look of the hair during the styling process. Make sure to understand the hair products that you will be using in your styling. Plan Ahead in the style you will like to achieve. Techniques are important so you can manage the hair well when you’re trying to get a feel for how a technique is supposed to work and feel.
Aside from clean hair, the most-important factor in this technique is the blow dryer. Any blow dryer can help you dry your hair. But FOR BEST results from a blow dryer you want something that allows you to control the temperature and airflow more than just your basic blow dryer.
Use a hair dryer that offers dual-settings switch on the fan and the temperature. You also want a dryer with a ‘cool shot’ Button which HELPS cool the hair from heating. As long as the button is pressed this allows you to change the temperature of the airflow to cool to HOT.
The round brushes are for drying and styling with volume and creating soft curls in your hair try using various sizes of round brushes. For best results clip the hair after each section has been dry with the brush and let the hair cool of. The vented brush is called such because it has vents in its base that allow the air to circulate through the brush and dry the hair more quickly. The round brush generally has a metallic or ceramic barrel at its base that is designed to hold heat and allow you to reshape the hair shaft along the bend of the barrel. It’s this barrel curvature that allows the hair to be shaped into soft curves. Just as with rollers, you want the barrel of your round brush to be larger depending on the length of your hair.
Start with shampooed, conditioned and towel-dried, apply a quarter size amount of your protective/styling hair product and comb it through evenly. Next take your comb and your hairs clips and divide the hair into workable sections. Gather the top of the hair of and twist it into a coil and clip it in place. The middle section of the hair should be separated into left and right sides. Leave the lower third hanging loose and comb it to remove any tangles and make sure the product is distributed evenly – adding more as needed.
Start drying the hair using low heat with a high airflow. Brush through the hair to separate the hair and keep the hair and dryer moving constantly. The goal is to gently dissipate the water on the hair to a dry’ state. Once the hair is ‘mostly dry’ you want to switch to your round brush, and shift your dryer to high heat and low airflow.
Use the round brush and pull the hair taut as you direct the hot air along the length of the shaft in the direction the hair grows. You never want to blow the air toward the scalp along the hair shaft. If you blow the hair toward the scalp the hair will become frizzy follow the direction of the hair grain away from the scalp.
Stylist TIP: The secret to blow dry straightening is TENSION. You need a brush that is going to pull the hair taut as you blow the hot air along its length. If you have fine hair and can’t seem to get your hair straight with a blow dryer, this is probably why. If necessary, use a brush with natural fiber bristles to get the desired tension. For truly straight hair in a blowout style, use a flat paddle brush. We’re demoing the round brush look because we want SOFT gentle curves in the hairstyle.
If you want to add extra fullness and volume to the hair, use texture sprays to your round brush and to the sections of hair where you need more volume. Hold sections of hair taut near the scalp while you direct the airflow to style the hair. Once the hair is dried, hit the cool shot button and cool off the hair to set the hair. This will cause the hair to stand away from the scalp and give volume.
Continue with these steps through the rest of the sections of the hair. Take your time and work in smaller sections as you finish with the rest of the hair. You’ll be happier with your hairstyle if you take your time don’t rush the job. Finished look, you can actually set a few sharper curves in the hair by using your round brush or fingers apply a dime size of KIN wax hair polish to your hands emulsify well and take one section at a time to add polish look by using your fingers wrapping hair and shaping with hands and fingers. Along the front hairline, try curling the hair around the brush and warming it while you hold the hair taut, then cool the hair and remove the brush. You can create these deep bends along a parting line or simply at the forward hairline to give a more polished look.
Use a similar technique at the ends of the hair by rolling the brush in your fingers to keep the hair wrapped around the barrel of the brush while it is warmed. Cool the hair while you continue rolling the brush to set the bend in the hair. Once you have the look you want, spray the hair lightly with (KIN ) KIN Hairspray to keep the style looking smooth and neat.